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Running Head: CAPSTONE REASERCH OUTLINE 1 PROJECT TITLE: DEVELOPMENT STANDARDIZED DISCHARGING INTERVENTION TO PREVENT READMISSION OF AVOIDABLE CHF PATIENTS HCA-699 SUBMITTED BY: PROJECT DIRECTOR: SUBMISSION DATE: SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
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CAPSTONE REASERCH OUTLINE 2 ABSTRACT This section will have a brief description of the project. It is a small illustration or rather a sketch of the whole project. It is will provide a scope information what it is incorporated in the research paper. The abstract of the final project will be present in about 350 to 500 words. a) Contains project title, project director’s name, and affiliation. b) Presents a complete and concise overview of all phases of the proposed project SECTION A: PROBLEM DESCRIPTION The main problem of the paper is that I am trying to establish a solution on how I can reduce the readmission of avoidable CHF patients. This will act as a way of reducing congestion and managing finance of both the patient and the hospital’s or rather that of the government. In this section, I will introduce my project by telling the importance of the project I am researching on, to your profession and career. I will then identify and describe the problem’s various components before introducing my research topic in enough detail to "educate" the reader. In this section, I will introduce my objectives as to why I want my plan to be implemented. SECTION B: LITERATURE SUPPORT Giving a literature support to my project will develop a sincerity that will even capture the reader’s attention and concertation. I will give a background of information about the research problem that is pushing me into doing a project on how to reduce the readmission of CHF patients. I will give the history on this topic in the professional journals.
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